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tracheole

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PronunciationEdit

tra·che·ole (trā'kē-ōl')

NounEdit

tracheole (plural tracheoles)

  1. One of the fine branching tubes of the trachea of an insect, which penetrates the tissues to provide oxygen. Derived from diminutive of trachea.

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ItalianEdit

NounEdit

tracheole f

  1. plural form of tracheola